New ActivityInfo website is live
The first ActivityInfo user conference on June 15th also marked the launch of a completely redesigned website for ActivityInfo at activityinfo.org. The old site had become too slow and unreliable, therefore this update was long overdue. In this post, I will run you through some of the most important changes and help you find your way around the site.
We like to work with local companies in our home town of The Hague and this time was no different: for the redesign and implementation of the website, we enlisted the services of Peter van Grieken from Frozen Rockets. His task was to create a modern and responsive design which is quick to load, even for our users with low bandwidth connections to the internet.
Besides a new design, we have added new information, updated existing information, and removed pages which were outdated. Here's a full list of changes:
- We added a pricing page with the annual subscription fees to the service. We believe in simple pricing schemes and full transparency, therefore this page was at the top of our wish-list.
- You can now register for one of our upcoming webinars directly on the site.
- We have removed the old learning center as it was outdated. Our user manual is now the main source of learning material, but you can also consult the new FAQ if you want more information about the service itself.
- The ActivityInfo software is frequently updated and you can now find details for each release on the new releases page. In each release report you will find one or more issues, for example AI-1320, which you can click to go to our issue tracker.
- Finally, we have added the about us page to introduce ActivityInfo and ourselves!
If you are looking for something on the new site, you can always scroll down to the footer where you will find links to all pages on the site.
Some things do not change
Of course, not everything changes:
- You can still sign up or log into the application by following the links in the top-right of the page.
- The blog with all past articles is still there and will be used more actively in the future.
- The benefits of using ActivityInfo and the list of features are still there for new visitors to learn about the service.